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Oct 28, 2012 9:00am PDT
it. a journalist was interviewing saying who is going to file his taxes online. he said you may not but time is on my side. today's generation is fairly well connected. the odds are good that families are storing information online and how secure it is big questions. we want to make sure that folks have a safe, secure place. and they are more than every day. >> i was asking the congress woman about the congress people are using iphones and social networks. i think we have come around some sort of tipping point here where yes my dad can't set up a wifi router but he can get on wifi. we sort of become tech nologically literate up to even older people. if you look at smart phone penetration we have amppple. >> google as done a little bit of work, as well. the penetration of over 50 the majority have smart phones. i think we are seeing a huge wash of technology that will just make it you biquitous. we want to make sure we have a service that is available to them. >> we have about a minute left. what is the head of a large hardware company doing running a social network? >> that's a grea
Nov 4, 2012 9:00am PST
this brain drain. foreign-born entrepreneurs leaving he says subtracting jobs and tax revenue from our economy. the value of foreign-born entrepreneurs is well known in silicon valley. sun microsystems was started by an indian immigrant, intel by a hungarian, ebay a frenchman, google a russian. tesla motors and spacex by a south african. the u.s. government itself has named vavek vadwad as one of the most outstanding americans. the actual title, outstanding american by choice. he was born in india. his res jooum long. harvard fellow, entrepreneur, but most remains at discussion is his book, "the immigrant exod exodus: why america is losing the global race to capture entrepreneurial talent." joined by john swartz of "usa today" and eric savitz of "forbes." when your book came out, you had a study that came out at the same time that said the largest drop in the percentage of immigrant entrepreneurs in silicon valley in a good long time. and you raised the alarm about that. why? >> because we had an influx of skilled immigrants in the '90s and early 2000s. on average people like me st
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